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Asus Transformer Book V: A 5-in-1, Android-Windows Phone, Tablet And PC

ASUS has announced one of its most unusual products yet: a 5-in-1 device that’s a phone, tablet and PC, which runs both Windows and Android. No, really.


Asus Transformer Pad TF701T Australian Review: Android For Your Work Day

Using Android for productivity — typing documents, videoconferencing, building spreadsheets — has traditionally not been a simple task. Good apps can go a long way toward solving that problem, but there’s a fundamental input problem with typing on a touchscreen. The Asus Transformer Book TF701T, with its clip-on, battery-toting keyboard and touchpad, and Asus’s custom-built Android skin, wants to make the platform a true competitor to Mac OS X, Windows 8, and ChromeOS.


Asus Transformer Book Duet: One Laptop, Two Tablets, All The Crazy

Once upon a time (earlier this year) Asus announced its Transformer Book Trio; a Windows PC with an Android tablet hiding inside. Now with the Transformer Book Duet, Asus is pushing its “more is more” approach one step further by adding “Windows 8.1 tablet” to the repertoire.


ASUS Is Teasing A New Transformer

Marketing is all about hype,┬ábut I can’t quite make out what ASUS is trying to say about its new Transformer tablet here. Is it simply that it comes in a black envelope? That it has a pen?


Asus' New Three-in-One: Crouching Windows PC, Hidden Android Tablet

Asus has already been experimenting with mixing Android and Windows in the same device with its bizarre but intriguing 18.5-inch Transformer All-in-One desktop, giant-Android-slab-thing. Now, it’s taking the concept to its logical extreme with the new Transformer Book Trio, dual processor-weilding device that staking its claim to tablet, notebook, and desktop territory.


Asus Transformer All-In-One: Giant Android/Windows 8 Tablet PC

We’ve known about the Asus Transformer AIO since back at Computex, but the mutant hybrid wasn’t in working order until now. The verdict? It’s actually kind of cool.


Asus Taichi Australian Review: Beauty Is Just The Beginning

I don’t know how it does it, but the Asus Taichi manages to break the one of the universe’s golden rules. Turns out, God does give with both hands. This incredibly beautiful device is actually a really awesome convertible laptop/tablet, too. Here’s why.


Asus Transformer Infinity Review: Amazing Device, Undone By Price

Asus currently has a tight range of products, especially when it comes to mobile devices. Its trifecta of tablet offerings — dubbed Transformer — consists of the entry-level Pad, the power-hungry Prime and now we have the weaponised Infinity. We liked it at our first hands-on, but now that we’ve got it as our plaything, does it eat the competition for breakfast, lunch and dinner?


Asus Padfone Review: The Ambitious Convertible [Updated]

How many times have you gone to an event, walked into a meeting or even just got onto a plane and seen someone open their bag to reveal an iPad or Android tablet, while their laptop just sits there unloved because of its bulk? The person might then fish around awkwardly for their smartphone to tether to the tablet before they actually get down to what needs to be done. Asus knows these people, and is here to help with its new convertible: the Padfone.


Court Transcript For Hasbro Vs. Asus Transformer Prime Case Is Hilarious

Last year it was announced that Hasbro was going to sue Asus over the branding of the Transformer Prime; apparently, people all over the planet were confusing a tablet with shape-shifting robots. Now the case has been settled — Hasbro lost — but the court ruling is quite hilarious.


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